Fisher job was too hard to turn down, admits Edinburgh
The former Spurs defender was impressed by the enthusiasm of chairman Eren Muduroglu and Fisher's plans for a new stadium.
The South London side currently ground share at Dulwich Hamlet, but are preparing to move back to Surrey Docks where their own ground is being rebuilt.Edinburgh said: "I am excited and looking forward to the challenge. It wasn't a decision I took lightly. But jobs like this don't come up everyday.
"When I was offered the position, I reliased it would be a positve move for me. Fisher are an up-and-coing club. They have a good tradition and have been Conference members in the past.
"Eren Muduroglu approached Billericay and asked if he could speak to me. I think you always have to explore these avenues so I went to hear what he had to say. And it was too good a job to turn down.
"The backing of the chairman and the move were decisive factors. We have seen Chelmsford open a new ground this week and they packed it out. There is always a feelgood factor when a club launces a new arena.
"Eren has fantastic plans for Fisher. The new stadium will be one of the best in Non-League football. They are going places and have a talented squad I am looking forward to working with.
"I join a club with the aim of promotion this season," added Edinburgh. "Fisher are in amongst it and the championship has four or five teams in contention. We have a great chance of going up."